Two of Canada’s leading sports writers – Glenn Greenwald and Neil Greenberg – will launch their NFT series at Wembley tonight.
Greenwald, who is a well-known political commentator and founder of the Intercept, and Greenberg, formerly of the New York Times, will be joined by a whole raft of guests.
Richard Mays of the Guardian, the current editor of FA News and BBC Radio 5 live and ex-BBC sports editor Richard Conway, have all recorded interviews to appear in the programme, which will be broadcast as NFT at Wembley.
Chris Haddock, who co-produced the Tim Westwood documentary in collaboration with NFT’s James Gibson, will talk about English football in Africa and the bizarre stories around current youth players from the continent. And a former Arsenal player, Joel Sempere, will give his take on the teams favoured by Turkish fans.
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